Posts Categorized: Reviews

Jan 13
Mini-Review Monday – Lovely Vicious by Sara Wolf

Mini-Review Monday – Lovely Vicious by Sara Wolf

  I really enjoyed LOVELY VICIOUS by Sara Wolf.  It’s not my typical read but, after having read a few reviews from bloggers I love, I downloaded it on a whim and really couldn’t put it down.  The story revolves around the relationship between Isis, the new girl in school,… Read more »

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Dec 13
Blog Tour & Review – CHRISTMAS IN DOGTOWN by Suzanne Johnson

Blog Tour & Review – CHRISTMAS IN DOGTOWN by Suzanne Johnson

Suzanne Johnson’s Christmas in Dogtown is a real treat.  Johnson is one of my favorite writers and this short story highlights all the things I’ve come to love about her work – atmosphere, characters, and the paranormal.  Johnson sets her story in rural Louisiana in a small community called Dogtown. … Read more »

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Dec 11
Courtney Milan Steals Time

Courtney Milan Steals Time

(or How I Started a Courtney Milan Book and the Next Thing I Know, I Lost a Week)   I think I’ve mentioned this before…I don’t read a lot of historical romance.  But thanks to the beauty of book blogging and reading wonderful reviews by bloggers I love, I was… Read more »

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Dec 09
ARC Review & Giveaway – CURSED BY DESTINY by Cecy Robson

ARC Review & Giveaway – CURSED BY DESTINY by Cecy Robson

I’m a big fan of this series and if I had to sum it up in one word that word would be “fun”.  Robson’s Weird Girls is pure action filled fun with some added sexy romance and a lot of laughs.  Most of all, what I like about this series… Read more »

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Nov 20
ARC Review – The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason

ARC Review – The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason

The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason is an entertaining YA steampunk featuring Sherlock Holmes’ intrepid niece, Mina, and Bram Stoker’s vampire hunting little sister, Evaline.  I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read such a creative and promising premise for a new series.   Of course what I always tend to… Read more »

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Nov 18
Mini-Review Monday – Sleep with the Lights On by Maggie Shayne

Mini-Review Monday – Sleep with the Lights On by Maggie Shayne

    A scarecrow shaped as a guy in skinny jeans–God, I hated skinny jeans on men.  Of all the sights I’ve seen since getting my vision back, that one’s in my bottom 10. I have two words for you – Rachel De Luca.  Or is that three?  Whatever.  It… Read more »

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Nov 11
Mini(ARC)-Review – The Governess Club: Claire by Ellie Macdonald

Mini(ARC)-Review – The Governess Club: Claire by Ellie Macdonald

   I’m not much of an historical romance reader.  I like the idea of them – period settings and romance, it’s a winning combination for me – but for some reason or other I just never read them.  You can blame entering the blogging world and reading some of my… Read more »

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Nov 05
ARC Review – Demon’s Curse by Alexa Egan

ARC Review – Demon’s Curse by Alexa Egan

I recently read Alexa Egan’s prequel novella, Awaken the Curse, and had a kind of apathetic take – loved the world, didn’t love the romance or the characters.  When it came to Demon’s Curse, the first full-length novel in Egan’s Imnada Brotherhood series, I was hoping to come out of… Read more »

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Nov 04
Mini(ARC)-Review – Entwined by Kristen Callihan

Mini(ARC)-Review – Entwined by Kristen Callihan

Well, it’s official:  Kristen Callihan can do no wrong.  I love everything about her Darkest London series (which I have yet to review on the blog but I will, I promise!) – from the period setting, to the supernatural and paranormal elements she weaves in so seamlessly, to the strong… Read more »

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Oct 28
Mini(ARC)-Review – Awaken the Curse by Alexa Egan

Mini(ARC)-Review – Awaken the Curse by Alexa Egan

  I‘m honestly unsure how to review Awaken the Curse, author Alexa Egan’s prequel novella to her Imnada Brotherhood series.  On the one hand, I think Egan succeeded in creating interest in a complex paranormal world and mythos.  On the otherhand, I really could care less about the romantic relationship between… Read more »

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